Bioelectromagnetics

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Edited By: James C. Lin

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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2016: 33/84 (Biology); 52/72 (Biophysics)

Online ISSN: 1521-186X

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  • Glycocalyx bending by an electric field increases cell motility

    Glycocalyx bending by an electric field increases cell motility

    Schematic diagram of exposure system.

  • Influence of radiofrequency–electromagnetic waves from 3rd-generation cellular phones on fertilization and embryo development in mice

    Influence of radiofrequency–electromagnetic waves from 3rd‐generation cellular phones on fertilization and embryo development in mice

    sXc1950 RF-EMW exposure device (IT'IS Foundation, Zürich, Switzerland). The sXc1950 was installed inside an incubator set at 37 °C, 5% CO2, and 100% humidity.

  • Effect of intervention initiation timing of pulsed electromagnetic field on ovariectomy-induced osteoporosis in rats

    Effect of intervention initiation timing of pulsed electromagnetic field on ovariectomy‐induced osteoporosis in rats

    Apparatus and procedure for PEMF therapy. Five rats were housed per cage and exposed to PEMF at a time. PEMF was generated by PEMF stimulation apparatus with an intensity of 3.8 mT and a frequency of 8 Hz.

  • Induced-orientation of nitrogen monoxide and azide ion vibrations in human hemoglobin in bidistilled water solution under a static magnetic field

    Induced‐orientation of nitrogen monoxide and azide ion vibrations in human hemoglobin in bidistilled water solution under a static magnetic field

    (A). Exposure setup consisting of a couple of Helmholtz coils, driven by a power amplifier and function generator that were used for exposure to an SMF at 200 mT of Hb samples in bidistilled water, trehalose, and sucrose solutions. (B) Top view of experimental setup. Hb samples were placed at center of a uniform field area between coils, as indicated by an arrow.

  • Influence of extremely low frequency magnetic fields on Ca2+ signaling and double messenger system in mice hippocampus and reversal function of procyanidins extracted from lotus seedpod

    Influence of extremely low frequency magnetic fields on Ca2+ signaling and double messenger system in mice hippocampus and reversal function of procyanidins extracted from lotus seedpod

    ELF-MF exposure system. Magnetic field was generated in horizontal plane with a pair of Helmholtz coils (1.0 mm wire diameter, insulated, 32 cm internal diameter, 36 cm external diameter, 500 turns per coil), and there was an interval of 13 cm between them. Coils were connected in parallel with an AC 250 V adjustable transformer and fixed separately on the wall of a perspex box, which was filled with circulating water to cool the coils. AC current (50 Hz) was passed through wires in the same direction to produce a magnetic field of 0–15 mT at the center of coils.

  • Human exposure to power frequency magnetic fields up to 7.6 mT: An integrated EEG/fMRI study

    Human exposure to power frequency magnetic fields up to 7.6 mT: An integrated EEG/fMRI study

    Example of GLM results in left cerebellum. No significant changes (increase or decrease) of functional activation are observed. Results are displayed over the averaged anatomical image (over brain images of the 25 participants), and use a Bonferroni-corrected P-value of 0.05.

  • Glycocalyx bending by an electric field increases cell motility
  • Influence of radiofrequency–electromagnetic waves from 3rd‐generation cellular phones on fertilization and embryo development in mice
  • Effect of intervention initiation timing of pulsed electromagnetic field on ovariectomy‐induced osteoporosis in rats
  • Induced‐orientation of nitrogen monoxide and azide ion vibrations in human hemoglobin in bidistilled water solution under a static magnetic field
  • Influence of extremely low frequency magnetic fields on Ca2+ signaling and double messenger system in mice hippocampus and reversal function of procyanidins extracted from lotus seedpod
  • Human exposure to power frequency magnetic fields up to 7.6 mT: An integrated EEG/fMRI study

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